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. .. 7 Newsy Portrayal of Local Happening EVER-GROW-OLD SOCIETY - SPRINGFIELD PEOPLE - i! --...,- .... o..:v;wq. Mr. PITI,AgKL ILLINOIS "The Future  !Gift Shop Starts On Next Thursday Christmas shoppers who are in searcn ot hans-made quilts, aprons, taney work and novelties are remind- ed that these can be selected from a I large assortment during he three i WILL MEET IN LATHAM The ladies of the Never-Grow-Old Society of Mr. Pulaski will motor to Latham on Friday, December 2d, for an afternoon meeting with Mrs. John Vaughan. ANGELINE WACASER IMPROVING o Mrs. Angeline Wacaser, who fell several weeks ago at her home on North Washington street, and was injured, is improving slowly, but still crutches to get about the house. SECRETARY FOR VISITED IN CITY Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Batho and :baby, of Springfield, motored here Sunday and visited relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vogelsang. OTTO EY ON DEER HUNTING TRIP Otto Ey departed last Friday for Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, where he oined four friends on a deer hunting trip to the northern part of that sttae. He expects to be gone ten days or more. says o the Annual Giit Shop to be! nu in the basement of St. a ohn'si Ev. Lutheran church on West Cookel screen, )lt. tutasKi, ihursaay, Friday 1 and aturuay, December 1, 2 and 3, 1932. There will be booths for needle work and another for home-made candies, and for the pleasure of the children, and adults, too, there wiA be a fishing pond well stocked with a large variety of "fish," etc, that will please. In connection with the Gift Shop, the ladies will serve supper on all 'i!i THURSDAY, 24, First From Kanms ] Miss Katy O'Laughlin of Hays, Kansas, crusading in the land of Peter Greenslate Died Yesterday Peter Clifton Greenslate died at 10:30 o'clock Wednesday morning, November 23, 1932, at the Deaconess hospital in Lincoln, Illinois, aged 79 years and 13 days. The cause of his death was cardiac asthma. He was bern in Sangamon county, Illinois, November 10, 1853, and was a son of George and Mary Jane Idea Greenslate. Most of his life waS. spent in Logan county. On Au- gust 13. 1874, he was united in marri- age with Margaret Anstine, and to. this union five sons were born. One son, Osburn H., passed away Novem- ber 11, 1911. Four sons survive, namely, OlDie H., Owen G., James C. and Charles H. Greenstate. Mr. Greenslate is also survived by : TWENTY YEARS DIED SUNDAY Mrs. Mac Crowell, for a reriod of twenty years secretary of the Re- bekah lodge state assembly, died at home in Rockford last Sunday night from a heart attack. DORCAS GUILD TO MEET NEXT TUESDAY On the evening of Tuesday, No: vember 29th, the Dorcas Guild of John's Ev. Lutheran church will meet at the home of Mr Charles E. Hildreth on South Marion street. ENTRAL REBEKAH IODGE TO MEET The next regular monthly meeting of Central Rehekah Lodge No. 313 11 be held in Odd Fellows hall Fri- December 2d, and all the are requested to be present. LADIES' AID SOCIETY CHURCH ATTENDED DINNER IN LINCOLN SUNDAY Mr. and Irs. Robert D. Aitchison and son Robert, and Mr. and Mrs. Brooks R. Aitchis0n, daughter Miss Dale, and son Brooks, motored to Lincoln Sunday where they were din- ner guests of the gentlemen's sister Mrs. Harold T. Trapp,.and family. VISITED UNCLE IN ' LINCOLN MONDAY Howard Vandevender motored to Lincoln Monday to see his uncle, Charles S. Vail, who was injured Wednesday of last week Mr. Vail was milking a cow, when the animal suddenly knocked him against the side of the barn, breaking his collar bone and cracking two ribs. He is now greatly improved. MOVED BACK TO MT. PULASKI FRIDAY Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buckles and The Ladies' Aid Society of the Mr. [daughter Patricia Ann, who had been )ulasl i Christian church will hold l living in Lincoln the past two years, heir regular monthly business meet-}moved back to Mr. Pulaski last Fri- ing at the church on the afternoon [ day and are occupying a Mrs. Marga- of Thursday, December 1st. [ret Nolan prsperty on North Wash- LADIES' AID SOCIETY [ington street. Mr. Buckles is a son lof Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Buckles of OF M. E. CHURCH this vicinity, and Mrs. Buckles is the The next regular monthly meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal church will be held Thursday afternoon, December at the home of Mrs. Albert ShelIhammer on West Jefferson ;treet. FELLOWS HALL CARD PARTY IN The Royal Neighbors and Modern Woodmen will hold a Card Party in Odd Fellows hall Thursday evening, 1st, for members only-- and all members are requested to be and enjoy the occasion. ITED SISTER WEEK-END Miss Novella McKenny, of Leroy, visited here from Thursday to Sun- with her sister, Miss Lorena at the home of Mr. and Dean Foster. Sunday afternoon Lorena, and Henry Blackford, motored to Leroy taking the visitor ]offle. HAVE GONE TO DETROIT THE WINTER Mrs. A. M. Wolfs and Mrs. W. H. departed last Friday evening Michigan, to spend the Wolfs with her daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Goddard of South Marion sreet. MOTORED TO NEW BERLIN I ON ACCOUNT OF DEATH Mrs. Albert F. Diltsaver, Mrs. Fred J. Ruth, Miss Anna and John Fuhrer, and Herman Romer, motored tO the vicinity of New Berlin Sunday on ac- count of the death of an old friend, John Brehm, who passed away at his home on Saturday, November 19th, aged 70 years. Mr. Brehm had suf- fered four light strokes of paralysis. He is survived by six daughters and two sons. Funeral services were held in New Berlin Monday. AUXILIARY CARD PARTY WELL ATTENDED The ladies of the American Legion Auxiliary sponsored another of their delightful monthly winter Card Par- ties in the American Legion rooms last Monday night, November 21st, there being thirteen tables at play. The prizes were awarded as follows: Bridge, Mrs. Brooks R. Aitchison; Five Hundred, Miss Amelia Bau- mann; and Pinochle, Mrs. MorrellJ Deibert. Durin the evening a nice lunch was served. DECAMERON CLUB MET MONDAY sons, Carl and Gebrge Tolls, On Monday evening, November famUies, and Mrs, (]lear. at the[Zlst, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Downing ol lmr aaughtere lrs, orge| entertained the members of the De- !8, 1 cameron Clflb t their home on North u ,v MT PULASKIAS [Lafayette street. After adelicious 7 ._ ..... p_.NGFI,D ]o clock dmn r h d been served, the .... l e n" g's d've.Mon was Bridge, the eople of Mt. Pulask and vmmty I prizes being a'#arded to Harry Down- o were callers in Springfield last ling, George J: Smith, Mrs. John T. F iday, were Mrs. Gus Drobisch and I Downing, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert i lghter Miss Viola, Mrs. Jesse H.[D. Aitchison. ' i S! rt and daughter Miss Virginia,[ Albert F. Lipp, Mrs. W.A.[MI[CELLANEOUS [ Vrohisch, Mrs. Wilford Scroggin, [ SLOWER GIVEN : i Mrs. Renaldo Bertoni and daughter' The ome of "" ..... n mr ann mrs. uean Mss Morro, Mrs. Mary Rentmemter, Fo-te --"a  " " ........ r ann M,-ffi Ln,,i, 'v,.ebe! onA fam s r on m s UooKe street, Mr. ru-: " " .... a "e "an "" "" nr 1 g, on amraay nlgn, ovemoer 11, MlSS M ua m n, mrs. ne y -' .... n ......... ahl 19th, was the scene of a mlscellane-i : sgratto , Mr. anti mrs. escer g o "ow " " ""  - " ! --- ...  - - us sn er glven Dy Mrs. oser anti4 aaugner Miss twenaolyn, an(l son , , _ ^ . . ja c .. --' '  a " "  inrs. rorence uocamp in honor o* ,.g, mrs..Jvem eyer na aaugn- Mrs Fo " ' .... ; "" " Miss Katherine, " szer s slszer, mrs. henry UNIT OF THE WOMAN'S ! MEETS DE(?. 2 Art Unit of the Mt. pulaski Club will meet on the after- noon of Friday, December 2d, at the of Mrs. George A. Voile on South Spring street. Mrs. Lorah Z. Lipp wilt give a lecture on "Ameri- : can Sculptors." Mrs. Lipp recently this lecture before the Atlanta Woman's Club, and it was greatly She has given much time study of American Sculptors and their works, and is therefore fi:td to give a most comprehensive talk on the subject. All members of the Woman's Club are welcome. Another Morrow Bride i : MissEliabeth Reeve Morrow, Ih;; Hornback, of Chicago, a bride of the early fall season. The guest of hon- or received many pretty and useful [presents. Five Hundred was the di- I version, the prizes being awarded to !Mrs. Mary Rentmeister, and Mrs. Eric Barthel, of Lincoln. There were .-resent about twenty friends and former Township High School stu- dents. The out-of-town guests were Mrs. Dorothy Rowe, of Hartsburg, Mrs. Ray Stubblefield, of McLean Miss Lorene Earles, of Springfield, Mrs. Eric Barthel and Mrs. Stanley Bowen, of Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Hornbeck motored here from Chicago Friday and visited east of the city ntil Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George A. Tomlinson. Mrs. Hornbeck was formerly Miss Lucille Tomlinson. theA1eaam Carlisle. absmt from 1 sta for I0 ymrs, rettnea t new triumphs this seaso and now receives the Gold Medal award of the Amebean Academy of Arts and Letters for best diction 0tt the stage today., Elmer J. Schoneberger Jr., 3 years old, is pronounced 1,000 years ahead of his time by eminent psychologists who have studied his phen0nal memory. He talked plairdy'at 6 months;  he pounds, skill on elecu@ity,! ecotics, i" h,story: aviati0a etc.'gad iS:ll a .2x-gular ' "boy, ....  " HELD AiD SocIETY i [ [ MEETING EARLY :- On account of their regular meet- ing time coming an Thanksgiving day, the Ladies' Aid Society of "the Zion Ev. Lutheran church advanced the meeting one week, holding same in the basement of the church on the afternoon of Thursday, November 17th, with Mrs. William Cooper as hostess. GOOD WILL SOCIETY MEETS DECEMBER 5TH The Good Will Society of the St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic church will meet at 1:15 o'clock Monday after- noon, December 5th, at the home of Mrs. Paul E. Beidler on. Marion street. The date is set two days ahead of the regular scheduled time, and the members are asked to remember this change. The annual election of offi- cers will be held. LET US KNOW ABOUT THANKSGIVING VISITORS At Thanksgiving time many former I residents of Mt. Pulaski and vicinity! ceme back to the old home town and surroundings for a short: visit with heir parents, relatives and friends. For this reon many family dinners are given, and other things occur that would be of much interest to our readers. The Times-News would be greatly :pleased to have you phone or send in this information as soon as possible. VISITED WEST OF CITY LAST WEEK Mrs. Louis A. Greenig, of La Harpe, Illinois, Mrs. F. E. Hutchi- son, Miss Kathryn and James L. Reffegieu, of Los Angeles, California, visited three miles west of the city Wednesday and Thursday of  week with Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Brooker and family. Mrs. Greenjg i. the mother of Mrs. Bro0ker, and Mrs. Hutchison is a sister. AFTERNOON CLUB AT STAFFORD HOME The ladies of the Tuesday After- noon Club were enertained November 21st by Mrs. W. H. Stafford at her home on North Lafayette street. The diversion was Five Hundred, a the prizes were awarded to Mrs. Beidler, Mrs. Will B. Jenner and Mrs, Chris Weller. The club will meet on Tuesday, December 6th, with Mi Clara Seyfer. ATTENDED SCHOOL OF INSTRUCTIONS Twelve members of Mt. Pulaski Commandery No. 39, Knights Tem- plar, motored to Springfield last Fri-, day and attended the Knights Tem- plar School of Instructions held in the Masonic Temple morning and af- ternoon. This was the general an- nual inspection for the sixth district, and a number of lodges were repre- sente. Tose going from ML Pu- laski were Frank E. Turley, Ward Harper, Everett Rothwell, Glover Matthews, Albert F. Li?.% Leigh W. Lucas, Keith RothwelL Harold G. Tomlinson, George J. Smith, Everett Brooker, John W. Rupp and Ennis A. Downing. WILLIAM CAPPS IS NOW EIGHTY-SIX YEARS OLD William Capps, who makes his home with his sister, Mrs. W. H. Stafford, on North Lafayette street. reached his 86th birthday anniversary last Saturday, November 19, 1932, It is an interesting fact that Mr. C?ps is the only living person Mt. Pulaski that was born in first house ever built on this old hill He was born in the old Jabez log building constructed on the side of square in the year 1836, whe Jabez Capps came here from Spring- field and founded Mt. Pulaski. When William Capps was not more than three years old, Mr. Capps and fam- ily moved to the present home of Mrs. Stafford, where she was born, and which has always been her home v:ith the exception of a very few years syent in Decatur following her marriage. William Capps is still quite active for one of his age, and besides doing the chores at home, al- most daily during the past summer assisted some in the Caps Bros.' Nursery in the north part of the city. STANDARDS OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES IN EFFECT Springfield, IlL, Nov. 23."Stan- dards of weights and measures in ef- fect throughout the state are as fair a representation of fixed values as is the $20 gold piece," Governor Louis L. Emmerson stated at the 1982 Illi- nois weights and measures confer- ence. The splendid service of the men who represent the state and its municipalities, the governor assert- ed, has brought about a uniform ob- servance of the rules of fairness in commercial transactions. ,J three evenings, and on Saturday af- Carrie Nation, beat eight men in the ternoon they will conduct a bakery primaries and then the Republican sale, when all sorts of home-made incumbent in the election to be the bgoodies" for the Sunday meals can I first woman ever sent to congress e secures. [ from the Jayhawk state. On Thursday and Friday evenings] each article on the menu will cost[ ....... 5 cents. The Gift Shop will onentSURPRISED E. H. BEAVER each morning at 10 o'clock, and close[ WEDNESDAY NIHGT at 9 o'clock m the evening. Every-[ body is extended a cordial invitation Aver en:o-able time as had at to attend I-,"  Y ,.J y ' . " ........ ne ownsn]p High School Wednes- ervlng ot ne stppers Will oeglnlda,, ev,,,,;,,- ^,,-o oa ,ho, at 5 o'clock each evening, and will be l . . ,'.":' "?7"':" ...... . --#:'" ............. l aoou nlrty smaencs, composing ne scrve cafeteria. ote the iOllOWmg t two Manual Training classes, and menus: [the Commercial Geography class, Thursday, December lst--Creamedisu ............ ca" . . , rpmseu gnelr instructor, e. xt. token and Bmcults, Noodles, Swee. ]H B ..... - ..... . .  .--  .. . .  ....... , as a iarewell evenL ogaoes, laKeo eans, Masnea to-since Mr Beaver has resi n-- h:- tatoes and Gravy, Cottage Cheese, ... _ . :;. . g e  position nere, ann Will leave in a Salads, Pie, Cake, and Coffee. few days for Chicago, where he has Friday, December 2d--Roast Beef, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Sweet Potatoes, Sauer Kraut, Salmon Loaf, Salads, Bread and Butter Sandwich- es, Fruit Salad, Pie, Cake and Coffee. Saturday, December 3d  Oyster Stew, 25c; Chili, 10c; Meat Sand- wiches, lOc; Salads, 5e; Baked Beans, 5c; Pie, 5c; Cake, 5c; Coffee, 5c. BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN accepted a teaching position in Til- den Technical High School, one of the big schools of that city. A num- ber of interesting gmes were in- dulged in. The students expressed the wish that Mr. Beaver have much i success in his new duties, but were sorry to see him leave ML PulaskL Others present were Principal and Mrs. Lloyd I Hargis and Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Barr. IN LATHAM RECENTLY e  t REPORTS BIRTH TO On Wedn sday, November 16th, at t GRIGSBY PARENTS the home of her parents, Dr. and I  " Mrs. Harry Pope, in Latham, Harriet I ........... .... l,o D,n, +. +;4 1 , , ] WUllam Lonnolley oi pringnem ,. , .;.a ....... *,, i, a;,o  *h lvisited in the city recentl with his birthda" anni;ersar  h  - ........ iaother, Mrs. Katherine Connolley, on Y - i e Ci'llI(ll'ell i "" - - " - . :xorth Lafayette street He said enjoyeo a numoer o games, ano 7 - , . , ............ tnat on ovemner 14th, at St Jonn's were nen molten to tne ammg hos ital in Snlin field " a room, where the table was decorated I, P ." g , a son w .......... i born to Mr. and Mrs Harry Grigsbv, WlEn lrangsglv2ng Iavors, and a I-- , --" - " - " -- - .." - .......... Ine la:tel- being a daugflter oI ir. targe ngnea cae Iormed ne ten- ...... ana mrs onnouey iece. At each place was a tiny _ " ake with one lighted candle. The favors were miniature turkeys filled with candy, paper hats and small rings. The children were served ice cream and cake. Before leaving for home the children marched happi- ly around a large pumpkin which contained gifts tied to the ends of ribbons, and each child was given a ribbon, at the end of which was found a doll. Those present were Roberts Reeves, Sara Louise Ritch- ]er, Patty Ann CuSp, Norms -Jean Billings, Kitty Lou Le Mar, Victor David Durchholz and Jack Williams. SERVICES AT MT. PULASKI NAZARENE CHURCH Following is the order of services at the Nazarene church on East Cooke street: Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m. Preaching, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. T. Collins, Pastor. CARD OF THANKS Our heartfelt thanks are extended to the neighbors and friends for their sympathy and kindness in the passing of our beloved husband and father, Henry P. Suedmeier. Mrs. Minnie Suedmeier and Family. f ODD FELLOW AND REBEKAH CARTY PARTY The regular monthly Card Party for Odd Fellows and Rebehaks will be held in Odd Fellows hall Friday evening, November 25th. his second wife, who was Sarah Su- sanna Baker, whom he married on October 8, 1890. There are living grandchildren and two great gra l- children. He is survived by o brother, Charles H. Greenslate, living" in Colorado, and two half-brotherS, Samuel M. Broughton, of Lincoln,  and Louis E. Broughton, of Chicago." Mr. Greenslate was for many yea a member of the French's Chapel L E. church, northwest of Mt. Pulas i, in the neighborhood where he grew to manhood. He had been in failing health since last May. For the vast: two years he resided at 210 North Jefferson street, Lincoln. Funeral services will be held at the Sheets' Funeral Home in Lincoln at 10:30 a. m., Saturday, November 26th. Interment will be made in the Bowers-Templeman cemetery_ on :i Route 121, between Mt. Pulaski " and[ i Lincoln. BIRTH RECORD Ford. , A daughter was born at St. Clara's. ;hospital in Lincoln Wednesday mor ling, November 23d, to Mr. and Mr Thomas Ford, of Cornland. Wilmert. A daughter was born Monday, No- vember 21st, to Mr. and Mrs. Georg I Wilmert, of Lincoln, at the Deacon- i ess hospital in that city. Meister. ! A daughter was born Friday, No- i vember 18th, to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd i Meister, who live with his mother, , Mrs. Mertice Meister, about five i miles south of Mt. Pulaski. The baby ihas been named Alice Louise. The i mother and baby are at present at I the home of her parents in Illiopolis- Fashion Now Stresses RINGS Possessions Whose Exquisite Beauty Both Wearer and Observer Enjoy NUT--while prices are so tempt- ingly low, select Rings for gifts or personal use. There never was a time when Rings were more in fashion . . . or so moderately priced! A man's ring and his tie are the expression of his indtvld: ualit and self respect. You can't make a better gift se- lection for him. Every man wants a Ring...but many hesitate to indulge them- selves. HOUSE & SONS JEWELERS DRY CLEANING SPECIAL EVERY MONDAY and TUESDAY 3 GARMENTS FOR $2.00 We Pay Parcel Post Charges One Way BARTHEL & DIERKER LINCOLN, ILLINOIS